Davis Vaughn, LMSW
In 2010, Davis worked as a supervisor at Bridges of Hope Trust, a residential treatment center for adults struggling with substance abuse. After obtaining his Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Georgia State University in 2013, Davis traveled to Turkey to train in NGO leadership strategy and also worked as an English teacher. Davis returned from Turkey to work in residential substance abuse treatment for Tangu Inc. as a residence manager while also working for Proactive Interventions under a licensed interventionist and psychologist.
Davis started working towards a Masters of Social Work at Kennesaw State University in 2014, interning as a case manager at the Elizabeth Inn Shelter at MUST during the Fall and Spring semesters of his first year. Most recently, he has worked with the Women’s Resource Center to End Domestic Violence teaching mindfulness based interventions to children who are in the WRC’s safe house. He completed his Masters degree in Social Work with a concentration in Children and Families at Kennesaw State University in 2016. While Davis works towards licensure, he sees clients individually and in groups under direction, supervision and training from a number of different licensed professionals.
In addition to his work at Parkaire, Davis spends much of his free time working to educate the community on addiction treatment and mental health. He has extensive public speaking experience addressing diverse populations on a wide variety of issues relating to psychology, mindfulness meditation, substance abuse, education, homelessness, and PTSD.
E-mail Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org.